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<p>Peripartum cardiomyopathy is a rare form of cardiac disorder of unknown origin associated with a high risk of mortality (50%). Echocardiogram confirms the diagnosis by typically reveals a left ventricular dialatation and a decreased ejection fraction (45%). Up to date, the treatment remains symptomatic. The prognosis is variable, ranging from complete recovery to worsening heart failure. Future pregnancy often discourge because of high mortality rate and risk of recurrence. Prognosis isdoi:10.3329/akmmcj.v8i1.31661 fatcat:w3nbgder4zgj5ki42w2yp4dmum